What does it take to get a job at Google? [Infographic]
Everyone dreams for getting a job at Google. After all, Google is a part of FORTUNE Magazine’s prestigious “100 Best Companies to Work For” [source]. We have already seen YouTube’s awesome office picture. Ever wondered how life at Google is? This YouTube channel showcases inside life of Googlers, the Google engineers.
Jobvine has come up with an interesting infograghic portraying the Google hiring process. Though the data is not comprehensive, it gives a superficial picture of the process. Some interesting facts from this infographic are :
#. Google receives over 1 million resumes per year.
#. Of those, they hire between 0.4 – 0.6% e.i. 4000-6000 professionals.
#. Google used to have up to 29 interviews before offering a position.
#. Google’s hiring process –
Step 1 – Resume screening
Step 2 – Phone call screening
Step 3 – On site interview
Step 4 – Interviewer feedback and opinions from current employees
Step 5 – Hiring Committee checks feedback and resume
Step 6 – Executive review by senior management level
Step 7 – Compensation Committee negotiates salary
Step 8 – Final executive review
Step 9 – Lastly, the offer is given
Most of the times, interview revolve around puzzles and quizzes. Some of the interesting puzzles that are asked in Google interviews and their answers are here.
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